Club legend warns new Pirates star
A legendary pirate gives some advise to a novice. When the Orlando Pirates signed Miguel Timm, longtime team employee Steve Lekoelea advised him to do his best effort if he wanted to stay at Mayfair. Timm 29 participated in 26 league games with Marumo Gallants this season before joining the Pirates. The Pirates acquired Timm from Marumo Gallants.
Lekoelea played with the Mayfair's Buccaneers from 1996 to 2006. He was recognized as one of the best players in the nation at the time and a beloved part of the team. Donning is aware though from the tales that being an engine room crew member on the Pirates is a difficult job. Everyone is aware that the game can be won if you triumph in the battle in the middle of the field, Forwards and defensive midfielders are both crucial to a team's success. Lekoelea has told KickOff that when he wears this shirt there will be a lot of pressure on him.
Timm is anticipated to offer stability and experience to Pirates after Linda Mntambo, Nkanyiso Zungu, and Austin Muwowo left the organization.
On Saturday at Orlando Stadium the midfielder is anticipated to make his Buccaneers debut against the rival Swallows. He will need to be at the top of his game to prevail there because Thabang Morane, Siphesihle Ndlovu, and Ben Motshwari are all in the middle of the field.
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